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Roberto Farneti

-Erik Skaaning (2012) stress the inconclusiveness of surveys and analyses on the link between fractionalized societies and democracy. Hinnebusch (2006: 377) maintains that earlier failures led to a revision of modernization theory that “was based more on

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Alexander Weiss

related to, but distinguished from, adjacent concepts such as “conditions of democracy” or “contexts of democratic thought.” The former concept has its roots in modernization theories—from Tocqueville and J.S. Mill, to Huntington and Inglehart—and is used

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Belonging to Spontaneous Order

Hayek, Pluralism, Democracy

Stephanie Erev

Anatoli Ignatov, who asks: “do droughts constitute the earth's verdicts on degrading practices of modernization and development?” and “what if we understood hurricanes as if they were votes on corporate-driven energy policies?” ( Ignatov 2017: 56